He acted in Joe Orton's play, "The Erpingham Camp," at the King's Head Theatre in London, England with Peter Vaughan, Patrick Waldron, and Rosalyn Elvin in the cast. Stewart Trotter was director.
5' 9" (1.75 m)
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[on Coronation Street
(1960)] There is no time for rehearsals and there are such tight camera moves. The minute I walk into the Platts' house, I have to look totally natural. I think docusoaps have had an effect on what we do. They are totally natural and mean that actors have to not 'act' even less. It's like when someone asked Jack Lemmon
if it was easy to look that comfortable on screen and he...
He and his wife Jacqueline own a corporate event business in Brighton, called 'The Brilliant Company', which specialises in organising murder mysteries, gameshows, teambuilding events and themed parties.